Friday, July 31, 2009

Wat Phrathad Sunanta(Mae Teang)


Wat Phrathad Sunanta(Mae Teang) is situated at approximately 40km from Chiangmai. The head of Abbot in this temple name Kruba To. I was told that he found this temple when he was very young alone, stay there alone,Practice and meditate when this temple is just a hut. Until today, this temple is Liberal which occupy the Space of 53 Rai(84800 Square Metre). Personally, I had stroll pass the temple itselves and found out that there are lot's of spectacular Amulets that we can rarely see at other temples. This temple itself do have a website on it's own and those who understand Thai can click to have a look . Here we go for some of the spectacular Shots I'd taken. Those who are interested to visit this temple can PM me anytime for assistance, I'm willing to share! Cheers!

Thursday, July 30, 2009

From ChiangMai to PAI

Hooooh,there is no way I can drive pass...these Cows own the Road..Moooooooooo!!!!!!
Pong Duad hot spring ....nothing special, can Skip thou! Resort in Pong Duad hot spring ...nothing thou. Temple in PAI town.We park our car in there. Huh, she really love posing! What a jump ohhhhhhhhhh.Babies,thinking when the Bamboo raft man coming to pick us? What a POSE! World war 2 Memory Bridge. Sunny Day at Pai. He is fit!This is our Bamboo raft Captain, Mr Luoo....a funny 62 years old man.Let me try to Raft it's not easy thou!They are enjoying it isn't it?The Scenery of PAI......Part 2 coming soon.........
Pai is the Northeastern district of Mae Hong Son Province, North of Chiang Mai on route to Mae Hong Son. It lies along the Pai River and has been a popular tourist destination with people from all over the world since around 2005. The town itself has no special tourist attractions; most people visit Pai mainly to appreciate a simple life in a relaxed atmosphere. Pai does have some interesting nearby attractions however, such as hot springs, waterfalls, and a lot of old temples. One of most famous photo shooting spots is the Memorial WWII Bridge and you can also rent a bicycle or motorbike and visit the nearby attractions. Nowadays Pai is used a starting point for trekking tours which are offered by over 20 local agents. This is the photos I'd capture from Chiangmai to Pai..................

Sunday, July 26, 2009

PAI night Bazaar

Pai (Thai: ปาย) is a small town in northern Thailand near the Myanmar border, north of Chiang Mai on the northern route to Mae Hong Son. It lies along the Pai River. The town has thesaban tambon status and covers parts of the tambon Wiang Tai of Pai district. As of 2006 it has a population of 2,284....................Here's some photos I took on the Night Bazaar. Basically, it's just like a dead town, nothing really happening in Pai. Anyway, just an experience visiting this town. I really think ChiangMai itself have everything Pai's had! Check it out........ the part 2 and part 3 of Pai will soon post including Bamboo Rafting and the Memorial Bridge.